Navajo Technical University to Host Free Marketing Workshop for Businesses on Navajo Nation

Daniel Vandever stands next to a billboard he designed for Navajo Technical University back in 2012. Vandever will be hosting a free workshop on marketing your business on the Navajo Nation on February 21, 2014 at NTU’s Crownpoint campus. The workshop’s intent is to improve the economic landscape of the Navajo Nation.

Daniel Vandever stands next to a billboard he designed for Navajo Technical University back in 2012. Vandever will be hosting a free workshop on marketing your business on the Navajo Nation on February 21, 2014 at NTU’s Crownpoint campus. The workshop’s intent is to improve the economic landscape of the Navajo Nation.

CROWNPOINT, NEW MEXICO – Navajo Technical University will be hosting a free workshop to students and community members on “Marketing your business on the Navajo Nation” on February 21st at 2:00 pm in the Law Advocate classroom of NTU’s Crownpoint campus.

The workshop will be conducted by NTU Marketing Technician Daniel Vandever, and will parallel Navajo Tech’s marketing strategies to businesses of all sizes. Attendees will be given in-depth information on advertising and public relations practices on the Navajo Nation and will also be given short cuts on how to maintain contact with local media.

The workshop will have a 30-person limit and is on a first-come basis.

Vandever has been working at Navajo Technical University since 2011 and has assisted administration, faculty, and staff in helping the university grow from 700 students to just under 2,000. Prior to working for Navajo Tech, Vandever served as the public information officer for Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation and also received gold and silver ADDY awards for his work with the advertising agency Schupp Company out of St. Louis, Missouri.

Vandever received his undergraduate degree in Strategic Communication from the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Community and Regional Planning from the University of New Mexico – Albuquerque. Vandever resides in Haystack, New Mexico.

To register for the workshop, email dvandever@navajotech.edu or contact 505.488.8444.

 

 

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